Residence G.R.A. 21
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... from the hole in the ceiling. This hole is open to the air, allowing light and air to get into the building. When it rains the water drains down the slight incline in the marble floor into a drainage system below. We were told that on some occasions the falling rain sets up a circle of rainbows in the center of the church. It sounds wonderful. It was explained that the painter Rafael was buried under the building but when they dug up the grave to shift his bones to a reliquary, ...
... to some of the many gladiatorial fights. Its mental to think it's almost 2000 years old, though the same can be said about most of the Roman feats!
After what must have been almost 3 hours I needed food and water so went to an underwhelming but cheap cafe and tried to charge my phone with my emergency charger... But it turned out to also be flat!! Luckily I had my eyes and my brain pretty intact, so I didn't miss out ;-)
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... a very convenient place to stay and for the third time in my life provided an opportunity to visit some of the many historical sites, attend the Wednesday Angelus conducted by the Pope from high above the huge crowds gathered in the Piazza; visit the former Marist Scholasticate in Via cernia ( not far from Rome's main train station) which is now known as Domus Australia; stand in awe before the greatest sculpture ever created by a man, the Pieta which depicts ...
... as well. I almost ran to catch up to her and ask her to stop but she was charging on ahead. We had some older people on the tour, one with a walker and they were struggling. The tour guide insisted she was going slowly but she had no idea whatsoever! Guiliano spoke to her in rapid Italian and suddenly we were going "slowly, slowly". We got to a lovely square and the rain eased. Nev and I found a place to eat and we had bruschetta and a fungi pizza to share. It ...